Srixon Q Star Divide 1

Some of you will fondly recall the PING two-tone golf balls of yesteryear. Well Srixon is bringing back the concept with the release of its all-new Q-STAR TOUR DIVIDE.

“The new Q-STAR TOUR DIVIDE looks great, but it’s so much more than that,” explains Joe Miller, European Product Manager.

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He continued, “easier putting alignment and increased visual feedback on your chip and pitch shots really adds to the greenside performance. It’s a ball every golfer must try.”

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The Q-STAR TOUR DIVIDE features a new thermoplastic urethane cover that has been infused with bright pigments rather than being painted on.

Srixon Q Star Divide 2

The 50/50 Matte Urethane Cover delivers a high contrast look that provides the same tour-level spin and stopping power you’ve come to expect from the original Q-STAR TOUR.

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With DIVIDE’s unique two-tone cover construction, putting alignment comes easy with a 360° line, while every shot will produce a strobe effect to help show off the speed and direction of spin.

DIVIDE might not look like a classic golf ball, but it still delivers true performance thanks its advanced construction. The FastLayer Core and 338 Speed Dimple Pattern provide the distance and control you would normally expect from a tour-calibre golf ball.

The eye-catching design of the DIVIDE is bound to intrigue plenty of you reading this, and at just £34.99 per dozen for such brilliant all-round performance, we believe they are well worth sticking in the bag.

Available: July 15

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